This week we have some nice exhibitions going on as well as new drinking places you’ll want to go during your free weeknights! We’re especially excited about St. Cloud, a new place that has a very speak-easy atmosphere.
“Andy Warhol: Campbell’s Soup Cans and Other Works, 1953–1967″
MoMA – 11 W 53rd St., Manhattan
No need to introduce the man: in 1962 he became one of the most renowned artist of his time. Today, the Museum of Modern Art exhibits some of his most famous pieces of art, including his deliciously colored soup cans.
91 South 6th St., Brooklyn
Here, the little space creates a cosy atmosphere. You’ll enjoy drinking their amazing cocktails while listening to piano music! Perfect for a weeknight.
Rosy Keyser, “The Hell Bitch”
Maccarone – 630 Greenwich St., Manhattan
Paint and fringes are the main materials used by Rosy Keyser to create those deconstructed canvas. The exhibition is full of contrast, with dark pieces and lighter ones.
The Knickerbocker – 6 Times Square, Manhattan
Whether you want to be outside or inside, you’ll have a privileged view on Times Square! Don’t wait the weekend to go because it’s only open on week days!
708 5th Ave., Brooklyn
This Brooklyn flea has the advantage of being accessible from the streets. A “community rich in artists, builders, designers, collectors, foodies, musicians, thinkers, and daydreamers” share the 2500 sq. ft. to offer a large variety of items you’ll want to take home.